2011–12 Basketball Bundesliga

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Basketball Bundesliga 2011-12
League Basketball Bundesliga
Sport Basketball
DurationOctober 3, 2011 – April 28, 2012
Regular season
Top seed Brose Baskets
Season MVP Flag of the United States.svg John Bryant
(ratiopharm Ulm)
Top scorer Flag of the United States.svg Bobby Brown
(EWE Baskets Oldenburg)
Finals
Champions Brose Baskets
  Runners-up ratiopharm Ulm
Finals MVP Flag of the United States.svg P.J. Tucker
BBL seasons

The Basketball Bundesliga 2011–12 was the 46th season of the Basketball Bundesliga (BBL). Brose Baskets from Bamberg won its third straight title this season, by beating ratiopharm Ulm 3–0 in the Finals.

Contents

Teams

TeamCity/AreaArenaArena
Capacity [1]
10–11
Ranking
Brose Baskets Bamberg Stechert Arena 68001st / PO / champion
BBC Bayreuth Bayreuth Oberfrankenhalle 400016th
ALBA Berlin Berlin O₂ World 145003rd / PO
Telekom Baskets Bonn Bonn Telekom Dome 600013th
New Yorker Phantoms Braunschweig Braunschweig Volkswagen Halle 61005th / PO
Eisbären Bremerhaven Bremerhaven Stadthalle Bremerhaven40508th / PO
Fraport Skyliners Frankfurt Fraport Arena 50022nd / PO
LTi Giessen 46ers Gießen Sporthalle Gießen-Ost 400315th
BG Göttingen Göttingen Sparkassen-Arena34477th / PO
Phoenix Hagen Hagen ENERVIE Arena340211th
EnBW Ludwigsburg Ludwigsburg Arena Ludwigsburg53009th
Bayern Munich Munich Audi Dome 6700Pro A: 1st / promotion
EWE Baskets Oldenburg Oldenburg Kleine EWE Arena 31486th / PO
Artland Dragons Quakenbrück Artland-Arena 30004th / PO
TBB Trier Trier Arena Trier590010th
Walter Tigers Tübingen Tübingen Paul Horn-Arena 313212th
Ratiopharm Ulm Ulm Ratiopharm Arena 600014th
s.Oliver Baskets Würzburg s. Oliver Arena3140Pro A: 2nd / promotion

PO: Playoff; Rel: Relegation; Pro A: Division below BBL

Main round standings

#TeamWins
Losses
PointsPoints
For:Against
Plus/Minus
[2]
1 Brose Baskets 30460:83033:2387+646
2 Ratiopharm Ulm 27754:142778:2539+239
3 ALBA Berlin 26852:162825:2478+347
4 Artland Dragons 241048:202870:2655+215
5 Bayern Munich 221244:242672:2513+159
6 s.Oliver Baskets 201440:282431:2295+136
7 New Yorker Phantoms Braunschweig 181636:322645:2651-6
8 Telekom Baskets Bonn 181636:322730:2618+112
9 Fraport Skyliners 171734:342347:2337+10
10 EWE Baskets Oldenburg 161832:362736:2755-19
11 Eisbären Bremerhaven 161832:362626:2731-105
12 WALTER Tigers Tübingen 151930:382628:2719-91
13 BBC Bayreuth 122224:442537:2643-286
14 TBB Trier 112322:462297:2509-212
15 Phoenix Hagen 112322:462689:3016-327
16 EnBW Ludwigsburg 102420:482601:2655-54
17 LTi Giessen 46ers 92518:502341:2645-304
18 BG Göttingen 4308:602327:2787-460
= Qualification for Playoffs
= Relegation to Pro A

Playoffs

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
         
1 Brose Baskets 3
8 Telekom Baskets Bonn 1
1 Brose Baskets 3
4 Artland Dragons 0
4 Artland Dragons 3
5 Bayern Munich 2
1 Brose Baskets 3
2 Ratiopharm Ulm 0
2 Ratiopharm Ulm 3
7 NY Phantoms Braunschweig 0
2 Ratiopharm Ulm 3
6 s.Oliver Baskets 0
3 Alba Berlin 1
6 s.Oliver Baskets 3

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References

  1. Zuschauerzahlen Archived January 15, 2010, at the Wayback Machine BBL (in German)
  2. Main round standings Archived May 1, 2010, at the Wayback Machine BBL (in German)